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2003 td6 amplifier

I have a tremendous amount of static intermittently coming through the speakers, whether the radio is switched on or off. I am told its the amplifier in the luggage compartment in the back. Can it be repaired because i am struggling to find a second hand one.

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Rca's usually or bad ground, power wires,(crossed) (getting static electricity) seems to be alot of stuff going on... 

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